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>> reporter: southbound 680 at stoneridge is open to traffic again but there are still big traffic problems in this part of the east bay as investigators try to figure out why a pedestrian was struck and killed on a freeway. >> reporter: we're live in hayward where three police officers shoot and kill a suspect. we'll tell you why they say they did it. the iranian leader at the center of an international growing crisis takes his case to the u.n. this week. school will begin at this
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school shortly but the principal won't be here. we'll tell you what authorities found in his home. well, welcome to "mornings on 2". i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's monday, september 24th. ear continuing to follow -- we're continuing to follow the details in a deadly crash. allie rasmus has more. >> reporter: traffic is moving again and all lanes of southbound 680 in pleasanton. the chp opened up all lanes of the highway about 30 about-- 30 minutes ago. we're next to stoneridge drive, which is where the accident happened. at 4:00 this morning, a car
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struck and killed a pedestrian. the chp responded to a call. they did a traffic break and quickly shut down 680 southbound. for an hour and a half, up until 5:30 this morning, traffic was at a complete standstill at the stoneridge exit. drivers heading from the east bay to the south bay were stuck in their tracks and then at 5:30, the chp opened up the far left shoulder to let one lane through. the question for chp investigators this morning, why this pedestrian was in the freeway in the first place? >> it was not a hit and run. the person stayed. >> what did they tell you? >> we can't tell you exactly what happened. >> reporter: now, the chp is not sure if the victim, if the pedestrian was struck by one or multiple cars by 680. one driver did stop.
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that's why the chp says that's why they are not considering this a hit and run. the chp is not releasing the identity of the victim. all they are saying at this point, it was an adult male struck and killed. you are looking at southbound 680, you can see traffic moving again. 30 minutes ago, the chp opened it back up. there were a lot of details and a lot of people trying to take the side streets. so there's still some problems in the east bay. for more, let's go to sal. >> you are right. 580 is especially bad because of this. if you are taking 580 -- all of the lanes are open. i cannot recommend something that's gonna be less crowded than the others. all of the lanes are now open as you heard alley say. 84 is not a good alternative. a lot of people have been using
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that out of downtown livermore. we've seen a little bit of improvement. if you want to stay on the freeway, i think that's your best shot on 580 because some of the side roads have been jammed up. 680, you can also stay on the freeway. if you can get on the freeway, after the stoneridge area, you might do yourself a little bit of a favor heading out towards fremont. we'll have the complete traffic update coming up. at 7:03. back to the desk. 7:04. developing news a major road in hayward closed now because of a police investigation. it happened at tennyson road right near the south hayward b.a.r.t. station. tara moriarty is there. tara? >> reporter: when officers learned that there was gunfire opened at a bar, they acted
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quickly. a car, a man's body now behind those orange barriers. around 1:00 this morning, bar patrons at the dirty bird lounge say the suspect got into a fight with someone and shot him. he left in his sedan and officers tracked him down less than half a mile away. three officers cornered him. they told him to surrendered. instead, he threw it in reverse and was about to run over them. >> the person in this vehicle is already responsible for shooting one person and then drove his vehicle toward the police officers and his actions needed to be stopped. he was clearly a danger to the community. >> reporter: all officers are on paid leave. the person shot at the bar was taken to the hospital and treated with nonlife- threatening injuries.
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hayward police are on scene, b.a.r.t. and union police is as well. this intersection near mission and tennyson is shut down. the coroner has not arrived. if you need to get to b.a.r.t., you will not be able to take the tennyson exit. you will be able to take the industrial parkway exit and shoot north. we'll continue to monitor this story and let you know if we have any new developments and if if we learn the identity of the suspect. back to you. in overnight news, police are investigating a fatal shooting. around 10:30, police responded to calls that a man was lying in the street near sycamore and lemon tree way. police say he was dead from a single gunshot wound. police say they are following a few leads but do not have a suspect most description or -- suspect motive or description. police are searching for a driver who knocked down a power
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pole in oakland. it happened near midnight. the power is on in the area. the wires have been removed and the road has reopened. 7:06. students showing up for class at montague elementary school, they will be given letters to take home about the arrest of their principal. janine de la vega is live outside of the school with more on the drug charges. >> reporter: good morning. school will begin within the next hour. when it does, the students will be greeted by an interim principal. we haven't gotten a chance -- we haven't gotten a chance to speak to them yet. eric dean lewis has been the principal here at montague school. he's now facing if heny drug charges. a tip was received that he was
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involved in drugs. they had an undercover officer and they found meth and other drugs in his home. >> you certainly don't want to see anything like that in a school. and in your neighborhood and stuff? you don't want to have people like that around. i mean, that's a real disappointment. >> reporter: since lewis's arrest, school officials have placed him on leave. we're told that lewis was involved in the antid.a.r.e. program at the school -- anti- d.a.r.e. program at the school. we're also told that letters will be sent home with the students about what happened and he's expected to be arraigned in court today.
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back to you. >> thank you. let's check in with sal, once again, for an update on the commute. not a great start for a monday morning. we do have heavy traffic. we've been talking about it since we went on the air at 4:30. now we still have a huge backup on 580 because of an earlier accident on 680 near stoneridge. the crash is gone but the slow traffic will be there for ha lock time. livermore, pleasanton, all the way out to castro valley. there is a small break in the action. we're seeing some improvement, all of the roads are jammed. in is the kind of warning where you wake up and you need to get your routine going faster if you can. let's go out to the bay bridge toll plaza. that's more form normal. san jose is already trying to get some attention here. slow traffic getting into the valley. 101 is also slow, 237 is slow. slow even though we haven't had any major crashes, it is slow.
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i want to mention the bay bridge toll plaza, i just happened to look over at one of my monitors here and the traffic at the toll plaza is backed up beyond the macarthur maze. so we have a -- i guess the emeryville camera will show it best. it's very, very slow -- i don't even know why -- this is a little bit longer than usual. we'll follow it. we'll get to the bottom of it and thanks to the control room for pulling those up real quick. steve, what's the weather gonna be like today? >> cooler. thank you for asking. a pretty good fog bank out there. making a move inland. helped along by a system that came in yesterday. it will give us higher clouds and warmer conditions inland. that system is moving along, moving into the colorado rockies. for us it's ushered in cooler air aloft. 50s on the temperatures.
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san jose, 51 degrees. san rafael and santa rosa tied there at 50. kind of a westerly breeze. some component of it and nothing too strong but it's definitely making it out to the delta. that's a sign we'll be cooler. 60s, 70s and also 80s. it looks like we're out of the 90s. our system wrapping itself up, looks pretty good. for us start off cooler. it may be one of the coolest days of the week. it will exit stage right and that will leave sunny conditions after that fog which might be tough to burn off. morning fog a westerly breeze in place. upper 50s to near 90. what? yeah. clearlake 90. novato, 80. napa, 82. 68 richmond. benicia, 76. martinez, 81. 86 livermore. that's automatic of the 90s
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from yesterday. danville, san ramon at 84. right at 80 in san jose. 79 sunnyvale. 76 redwood city, menlo park atherton. 50s, 60s and in the city with a big fog bank there. not much change through about wednesday. with your weekend in view, it always looks better. 7:11. not-so-friendly skies for a flight attendant. she for got what she did with an ipad. and arnold schwarzenegger connecessaries in a book -- confesses in a book. bigger because we're better.
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increase and move up and down the coast. a cooler pattern today. i think 50s, 70s for the bays and 80 inland. president obama heads to new york city as world leaders gather for the world assembly. alison burns has more on why it could be a frustrating week for the president. >> reporter: these meetings will be dominated by the talk of the war in syria, the deadly protests over that anti-islamic video and nuclear tensions with iran. but there are not expected to be any major breakthroughs. iranian's president makes his concerns about the possibility of israel striking their nuclear facility. >> when it comes to our
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national security decisions, any pressure that i feel is simply to do what's right for the american people. and i am gonna block out any noise that's out there. >> reporter: now, president obama hosts the reception for world leaders tonight, he's expected to use his speech tomorrow to condemn that anti- islamic video and the violence that has come as a result. he's not expected, though, to announce any new initiative. reporting live from, alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:16. opposition groups in syria are now pledging to use nonviolence to resist president bash assad. president obama defending
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his record on foreign policies. last night on "60 minutes" president obama brushed aside mitt romney's claims that he's been weak and brushing aside allies like israel. >> fewer americans are working today than when president obama took office. it doesn't have to be this way if obama would stand up to china. >> that new commercial claims the president allows china to steal american idea. it also claims that president obama is weak when it comes to protecting american's interest in china. new details on when president obama and mitt romney will debate each other. they will take on the economy and other issues in denver colorado on 3rd. the vice presidential ditts will debate on october 11th in kentucky and there will be a
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town style meeting in new york and the final debate, october 22nd in florida. there is a new book out about rick perry's campaign for president this earlier this year. and the author claims to know why perry made so many mistakes and misstatements during his campaign. one of the most memorable came during a debate in michigan. >> it's three agencies that are gone when i get there, it's commerce sand education and -- what's the third one there -- commerce, and education and -- what's the third one? [laughter] >> he blames that on emotional distress. they are claiming that he had a mild case of sleep apnea that resulted in tiredness. "the new york daily news"
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obtained arnold schwarzenegger's new book. in the week, schwarzenegger says he told his wife, maria shriver, the truth in january of '11. he said he -- was in a counseling session. he said he knew the boy was his. he said this was politically acceptable because he had not campaigned on family values. a flight attendant claiming a lot of ipad has -- a -- claiming an ipad was lost has kept it for herself. she claims she planned it turn it in but police say they found her personal information on it. the owner used an app to help police found that ipad. a gun accidentally went off
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the philadelphia international airport yesterday but luckily no one was hurt. the tsa says screeners saw a loaded gun inside of a flight attendant's carry-on bag. that gun accidentally went off when a philadelphia police officer was unlocking it -- unpacking it. a bullet hit the floor. the flight attendant who owns the gun said she forgot it was in her bag and she was cited. a former professor will be in court for trial despite innerring a guilty plea -- entering a guilty plea. amy bishop pleaded guilty to murdering three and injuring others. alabama law requires a jury trial in all capital murder cases. analysts say the trial is mostly a formality and it will be brief. it's the first full week of fall. look out our window. will it feel like it, like it
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looks like it? live pictures. steve will tell us if cooler temperatures are on the way. and weeks after being hospitalized in italy. we're getting a clue for all of the recent troubles for native billie jo armstrong. good morning. we'll tell you about traffic trouble spots when we come back. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools.
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more than 1700 freshmen start classes today at stanford. this will be the first fresh manclass required to take a new general et -- freshmen class required to take a new general ed class. the university also wants them to take a certain number of classes outside of their major. 7:24. we want to check in with sal. we want to see what's happening on the roads. >> it's slow all over the place, tori and dave. a lot of monday grind.
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580, i've drawn a big, white arrow to kind of highlight how bad it is. it's slow from tracy out to livermore. this is all because of an earlier crash on 680. and then another one, 680 out of pleasanton. so two crashes. one is serious. another one is heading south. let's go to the south bay where we have slow track here coming out of downtown south bay getting into the valley. it's been slow on 101 this morning as well. at the bay bridge it's slow as well. the traffic will be busy getting into the bay bridge corridor. let's go to steve. >> well, a little bit more fog out there. some of it seems to be working its way around. some of it pulling away. it will be cooler today. inland temperatures which were in the 90s today.
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they will come down today. this could be one of the cooler days of the week courtesy of the system, into nevada and heading into the rockies, producing some snow. for us, it's kind of cooled off some of the higher elevations. santa rosa yesterday, 85, concord, 89. livermore, 93 on sunday. san jose, 893. all coming down. so about 6, 7 degrees for some today. especially inland. 50s on the temperatures. they haven't moved at all. antioch is clear. our system is moving out. there's one more thin, little rope up there. there are signs of a warmup toward the end of the week. today, slightly cooler. the fog not going anywhere. for some it will be chilly. kind of muggy yesterday, too. quiet pattern. wednesday, it does look like
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sip -- similar patterns. coming up -- how a fatal accident on 680 involving a pedestrian is still having a big impact on the morning commute. >> reporter: and san francisco's police chief will address concerns later today about a police shooting that prompted angry protests in the mission district over the weekend. we'll tell you about the community meeting tooks -- taking place today.
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we have a huge traffic problem. 580 is a big mess coming out of the tracy area. this is because of an earlier crash. allie rasmus is on the scene to tell us what happened and why the traffic is so slow this morning? >> reporter: well, a pedestrian was struck and killed on interstate 680 just before the stoneridge drive exit. the big question is why was the pedestrian on the freeway? the answer, investigators don't know. they don't know if he was disoriented, under the influence. that's something they are gonna have to figure out. about an hour ago, the chp reopened all lanes of interstate 680. you can see traffic moving. it's a little bit slow right
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now. right next to us is the stoneridge drive exit. this is near where the pedestrian vehicle accident happened. it happened at 4:00 a.m. a pedestrian struck and killed. it was not a hit and run. the driver stopped. he was interviewed by the chp for some time. the chp had to do a traffic break and completely shut down 680 southbound for about an hour and a half and it wasn't until -- up until 5:30, traffic was at a complete standstill. drivers heading from the east bay, in some cases drivers heading from the central valley all the way to the south bay were stuck in their tracks including a flight attendant who had to call to let them know she was not gonna make her flight. >> i have been checking the phone and calling in and letting them know so they can
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call somebody else in if they need to so those passengers needing connect don't miss their flights. >> we've been sitting here. about an hour and a half. >> reporter: at 5:30, the chp opened the far left shoulder on southbound 680, so they were letting one lane of traffic through. that was the case until they opened the freeway. they are not sure if the victim was struck by one or multiple cars. as we mentioned, one of the drivers did stop and was cooperating. the alameda county coroner said only that it was an adult male that was killed. they are not releasing more information. one of the things that investigators are gonna try to track down is to get some answers about why this man was on the freeway in the first
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place. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:32. a san lorenzo span in critical condition after being shot outside of a grocery store. sheriff's deputies say several men confronted the man several afternoon after he left the save right market. there was a fight. several shots were fired. no one else was hurt. a report in the "chronicle request is raising questions about the shooting of this man by police. it says that blueford's fingerprints were on the gun. now, there is a blog that says that statement is not accurate. 7. in just a few showers, san francisco police will answer questions about a recent
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police shooting that sparked protests. ktvu's alex savidge is in the city to tell us about a town hall meeting. good morning, alex. >> reporter: well, good morning. hoping to ease tensions, chief greg sur will be holing a meeting -- holding a meeting. the chief will be providing more specifics about a police shooting that's sparked heated demonstrations. [ cheers ] >> reporter: after the nonfatal shooting on thursday, there were two demonstrations. protesters smashed windows on businesses, including banks, they even vandalized. protesters were angry about a police shooting where a plain clothes officer opened fire on a 22-year-old parolee on
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thursday night. police say that young man pointed a tech opinion 9 .9 gun. police say they have witnesses who can verify the account of what took place and during the community later on this morning, san francisco amischief are address -- will address those -- san francisco achieve will address those questions. >> there are quite a few businesses in the mission. several restaurants, even a gym that have a lot of damage, broken windows that they will have to clean up and deal with after the protests over the weekend. people who live are hoping for calm moving forward -- are opening for calm moving forward. the meeting will be on 17th at the cornerstone church near
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valencia and everything gets start -- started at 11:-- 11:30 this morning. alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alex. later this evening residents will hear about officials including the environmental protection agency. the doors at 5:30 at the san francisco civic center plaza for meeting tonight. investigators want to know about who new bypass pipe. the environmental protection agency said they found a pipe
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wrapped around equipment. gases flared from that pipe at least 27 times without monitoring. >> it's careless of our health, in other words, in the most literal sense. they do not care about us, the citizens who live around them and i find that reprehensible. >> the chevron says the pipe is for balancing pressure. the company was fined $170,000. this investigation is not related to last month's refinery fire. just about 7:37 now. two raiders' fans hurt at the oakland coliseum after a flag they were raising touched a high voltage power line. investigators say alcohol may have been a factor in that incident. the raiders will be holding a news conference this afternoon. they will tell us the later condition darius hayward-bay. >> he was hit hard and lay
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motionless until he was able to raise his right thumb as he was being taken on of field. >> the raiders won 34-31. oakland trailed by 10 in the fourth quarter when carson palmer found moore for the touchdown to bring the raiders within. sebastian janikowski then nailed the 44-yard field goal. first win for the new head coach dennis allen. minnesota's quarterback ponder ran in a touchdown and threw two of them. 49ers lost. 24-13. the 9ers play the jets next sunday in new york. 7:3. well, the nfl and the referee's
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union went back to the bargaining table yesterday after the replacement refs made several controversial calls. referees in the 49ers game actually admitted they made two mistakes and they granted jim harbaugh a couple of video challenges when they shouldn't have. a few other games had questionable calls as well. the nfl has been using replacement refs and locked out the regular refs when their contract expired. the owners and the players of the nhl meet face to face as the lockout continues. what they will and will not be talking about. that's mup at 7:45 -- that's coming up at 7:45. let's chick in with -- check in with sal right now. >> we're kind of having a rough one on this monday. 580 is very slow. i've been leading with this for
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the last hour just because it's the worst commute in the bay area. westbound 580. we also had an earlier crash on 680 at stoneridge. it was a fatal accident and then another accident on sunol. that was not as serious. this area is slow. 880 south is backed up from at least 238 all the way down to fremont. we have a lot of slow traffic. let's go out and take a look now at the bay bridge. it is backed up from the macarthur maze. those metering lights are on. this morning we also have slow traffic as it is slow on 280. this is 880 northbound. that's beginning to slow down. let's go to steve. a very good morning. a lot of low clouds around. there was some yesterday. the system came by and gave us
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warm conditions. well, they will cool down. all of these temperatures are inland. concord, 89. 83 today. livermore was a toasty 93 today. 86. 83 in san jose. just dropped it to 80. 50s on the temperatures. they haven't moved all morning long. antioch and san jose have come down a little bit. fairfield, 53. santa rosa is stuck, and most locations, really the temperatures have not moved that much. 50s, 70s an still some 80s -- and still some 80s. that system, though, will be a snow producer for parts of the rockies but not for us. the cooler air is on its way out of the picture. sunny, breezy. it will be cooler for some, slightly for some. mainly 80s, low for some, upper
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70s for others. walnut creek 83 to 87. berkeley 70. pleasanton, dublin, 5 with a breeze in pub -- 85 with a breeze in dublin. cupertino, 80. 60s in the cities. same for brisbane. san mateo, millbrae, burling game, low to mid-70s. quiet pattern tuesday into wednesday. it does look like a little turnaround on thursday and then sunny and warmer weather. possibly for the coast? yeah. by the weekend. >> all right. thank you. the sad story in the animal world. what's happening at the national zoo in washington after the sudden death of their newest attraction. [ woman ] ring. ring.
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for a great price today at your local safeway store. a reminder of europe's crippled economy tugged at numbers. silver lining, the price of oil fell below $9 -- $92 a barrel. the dow is down 32. the nasdaq down 19. the s&p is down 4. apple's stock is falling after sales missed the analysts targets. the stock is down about $10 right now. $690.90. the company that makes the
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iphone has suspended production at one of its companies. foxcon will resume production tomorrow. the company said it took that stock after 2,000 workers had a fight at the factory yesterday. foxconand the police are investigating the reason behind the flight. the nhl players and owners may meet this morning in toronto. but they are not talking about a new deal. instead, they are gonna talk about last year's hockey- related revenue. no new talks are scheduled. the lockout could delay the start of the season on october 11th. happening right now, a big fire burning in texas san diego county. it's 2,000 acres. mark johnson is live in campo. dozens of homes are threatened. hi, good morning. sad news to report. at least 30 homes have been
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damaged or destroyed. an 8 -- and 80 more are being threatened as this fire continues to move towards the mexican border. mandatory evacuations are in effect. i want to bring in captain mike moeller with calfire. where does it stand right now in terms of fighting the blaze? we've brought in additional resources in. obviously, life and property are our priorities. we want to try to turn the corner and catch the fire prior to the winds surfacing. >> i'm seeing a lot of hand crews being brought in. all across southern california. how are you fighting it, is it by the ground or are you talking about it by air as well? >> we've increased our air resources. they will be over the -- over
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the area any minute. we're trying to get the information out to the homes as quickly as possible but again, the priority is to stop the fire so the residents can get home. >> and we're told that one or two families are staying at the high school and others are staying with friends and families. has anyone been injured? >> no. fortunately, neither a civilian or a firefighter have been injured. some residents did decide to stay back. we're always saying if you are not going to evacuate please heed to the warnings. >> reporter: okay. thank you, mike moeller, talking with us. hundreds of firefighters are helping to put out this place. but it's only 10% contained right now. they are continuing to work to
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save the homes. that's the very latest. back to you. >> thank you. 7:48. we have new details about the sudden death of that baby panda at the zoo in washington. this morning, veterinarians said early findings show parts of the panda's liver were hardened. it also had extra fluid in its abdomen. they performed cpr but it didn't work. the cub was only -- was born only six days ago. the testing will continue. the emery awards last night. >> clair danes. damian lewis won best actor and the show got awards for best writing and best drama.
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"madman" had 17 nominations but earned no trophy. "modern family" got best comedy "john stew wit's" daily show "won its 10th consecutive emmy. a first of its kind event was held this weekend. organizers say sonoma raceway is ideal for the events with a lot of twists and turns. about 25,000 people turned out for yesterday's event. >> you see it on tv all of the time. let's go! >> the drivers will pack up their cars and ship them to
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japan where their next race will be held. they will be back in sonoma for the next two years. 7:50. this morning. toyota announced it will add more green vehicles to its lineup. toyota will add 21 new hybrids in the next three years. they will also add and electric car. it's call called the iq -- it's called the iq. it will also add a fuel cell vehicle that runs on hydrogen in 2015. gm sold 2800 of the electric cars last month but says that's after $10,000 off the sticker price. that means that gm is getting about $30,000 but it is losing a lot of money because it costs about $60,000 and $70,000 to
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build each volt. and gas prices are down. but it is less than a penny a gallon. a new survey shows the average price is 3.85. locally, aaa reports san francisco prices are averaging 4.25. gas is had-- is 4.17 in san jose. it's about a penny cheaper in oakland. that's up a penny from last week. later this weekend week, the department of energy will provide a small silicon solar company with a big financial boost. on thursday, the government will give a $197 million loan guarantee to solo power of the money came from the same power that supported solyndra of fremont. the late et on the woman trying to get -- the latest on the woman trying to set a world record but it didn't turn out good. and why a new bill signed into law by jerry brown could
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a russian woman trying to set a sky-driving record in southern california recovering after a horrifying accident. she was found unconscious after landing under her emergency parachute yesterday. she was part of an international team of sky divers bearing -- wearing bat- like wing suits which allow them to fight in very tight formation. a spokesperson said she had no visible injuries. she was breathing on her own when she landed. 7:54. governor jerry brown signed several bills into law, including a measure to curb underaged drinking on party
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buses. more than 200 bay area domestic workers are headed to the state capital to urge the governor -- state capitol to urge the governor sign a bill that would give cake providers and house workers meal and rest breaks t would also make them eligible for yorer -- overtime pay. >> what's latest on all of the problems we've had. we have a look at the traffic on contra costa county. it's slow approaching the problem 680 at highway 4. eastbound 4 at solano. they are clearing up a homeless camp. westbound 580 has been terrible out of tracy. right through here and hayward is backed up out of fremont. 880 northbound is going to be slow as you pass the coliseum. it's backed up for a 20-minute delay.
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let's go to steve. a very good morning. we have a lot of fog out there. a bigger fog bank than yesterday. we had the higher clouds. they have moved off. there they go. bye-bye. they did bring in cooler air. 60s 70s, 80s. still -- 60s, 70s, and 80s. other locations will come down. possibility, though, that today or tomorrow could be the coolest day of the week and the warmer weather by the end of the week. temperatures down by 3, 7 degrees inland. a quiet pattern into wednesday. looks warmer in -- in fact, maybe even for the coast as we head into the the -- into the weekend. and how the crash that killed a pedestrian is impacting the morning commute in pleasanton. and three officers shoot and kill a suspect. we'll tell you why they were after him and why they say they
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had to shoot. at this hour, a school superintendent is on campus at a south bay school after the principal is arrested on felony charges. we'll tell you how they are explaining it this morning to students. "mornings on 2" continues.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. it's monday, september 4th. a deadly accident on -- a deadly accident on 680 in pleasanton. police shut down the freeway for about two hours early this morning. >> it's opened again this morning but it is a traffic nightmare. sal, what's the latest on what's happening out there? >> we still have heavy traffic and primarily on 580 westbound because of this earlier crash that happened just before 4:00 this morning. a ped was hit and killed near 80 and stoneridge drive -- a pedestrian was hit and killed near 680 and stoneridge drive. the chp was not able to tell
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our reporter why that pedestrian was hit. back to you. tennyson road is shut down near mission boulevard. tara mori temperature ahas -- tara morey a -- tara moriarty has more. >> reporter: the suspect's body is still behind the orange bears yers. police say he was gonna use that car to kill them. they tried to get the gunman to surrender. but instead, he gunned the fire so they fired and shot him. and he was killed. witnesses say a fight broke out inside a bar and the suspect ended up shooting a patron. the suspect left in his blue
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sedan and officers were able to track him down within two minutes. three officers tried to -- they say -- three officers say he tried to run them over. so they fired. the victim at the bar was treated at a hospital for nonlife-threatening injuries. >> a gunshot rings out, it is not only gonna be loud but there's fear and chaos as to who is shooting and who is being shot at. i imagine it was a chaotic and unnerving scene. >> reporter: now, there are several agencies involved here. hayward police, union city and b.a.r.t. all on hand. all three officers have been paid on paid administrative leave. as officers continue to comb the scene here, we'll keep you updated and let you know if they release any other information. we are waiting for the adult malety of the suspect who has been shot and killed here. if you are trying to get to
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b.a.r.t., all of these cars are turning around. you can not access it off tennyson. you have to take industrial parkway and up dixon. be aware of that if you have to take b.a.r.t. this morning. live in hayward, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. a fatal shooting in antioch is under investigation now. around 10:30 last night, police rushed to sycamore drive and lemon tree way after getting reports of a man lying in streets. police now say the 30-year-old was shot and dead. police say they are following up on leads. but so far no suspects or motives yet. residents say there have been a lot of shootings on their streets and they say gangs and eaty access to guns are a problem. police are searching for a
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driver who -- for a driver who shut down the power in the area. a this was a hit-and-run driver. the power is now back on. janine de la vega is live at montague school where the parents are shocked and saddened to hear about the school principal here. >> reporter: parents are gonna be meeting with officials. the principal, eric dean lewis, will be arraigned today on felony drug charges. a department of justice
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received a tip there was involved in drugs. and an undercover cop set up a meeting with him and he was arrested thursday afternoon after allegedly involve -- offering the officer drugs. they found meth and other drugs in his apartment. the school has brought in an interim principal. >> it's a very shocking and sad time for the school. i think mostly we will explain to the students that people make bad choices. we have to move on and our job is about teaching and learning. >> district officials have placed lewis on unpaid leave. he was the principal here for the past seven years, we're told the school flourished under his leadership. investigators confiscated his computer here and are looking through it to see if there are
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other charges warranted but at this point we're told that this doesn't have to do with the school or the principal. back to you. san jose police arrested a man involved in a recent child abduction case. the -- the 25-year-old man has been arrested for a kidnapping attempt. they also linked him to two other incidents. the oakland housing authority is accepting applications for housing. 8,000 spots are open and applicants have to apply online. the oakland library will help people who don't have internet
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access. a lottery will be used to determine who gets on the waiting list. jury selection is scheduled to begin in the trial of deborah madden accused of stealing cocaine from the crime lab. she faces four years in prison if convicted. prosecutors say she stole cocaine from the lab's drug analysis unit. that led to the closure of the facility and the dismissal of hundreds of drug-related cases. sal, you haven't had a chance to catch your breath but you have to help people get to where they need to go. >> one of the things the 680 corridor has been improving a little bit. a little bit. on 680 heading south. 58 -- 580 is heading slow. 8 0 -- i think a lot of people said -- we're gonna avoid this. 880 is super slow heading down to fremont.
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i want to move the arrows here -- to the south hayward b.a.r.t. station. you can't get there from tenny soon road. you have to use industrial and then dixon to get up to the south hayward station. i want to move the maps. we've had a little bit of slow traffic in plan hill an walnut creek -- in pleasant hill and walnut creek. we've had slow traffic on 280 getting up to highway 17. some of the slow downs in the south bay, this seemed more normal. that's definitely slower than normal. let's go to steve. the system came in. brandon said he was up in the sierra. you can feel the wind. kind of a fall-like system. it came in -- we just had the
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western edge. the cooler air is definitely coming in behind the system. it will be a cooler day as that system marches into the rockies. so santa rosa yesterday. we'll go 79. concord, 89. very hot. some very cool lows starting to bounce off the lows but still most locations still haven't moved too much. probably won't take long. start seeing temperatures moving out here. still forecasting some 80s. 60s, 70s and 80s. the low that came this right there had a lot of oomph but it is heading out of the picture. so sunny, breezy. 60s, 70s, 80s anoints. kentfield -- and nines.
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and -- 9 -- 90s. a small grass fire started behind burden elementary. no buildings were damaged there. the cause of the fire is under investigation. it is 8:10. firefighters in southern california are battling two wildfires. one is in riverside county in murrieta and has burned more than 150 acres. several homes have been damaged and 200 others are still
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threatened. a -- a voluntary evacuation center has been set up. the fire is now 40% contained. a fire in rural san diego has grown to 2,000 acres. it's still only about 10% contained. the fire started yesterday afternoon east of campo. it has destroyed at least 30 homes and ten others. evacuation orders are in place in the area. the cause of both fires are under investigation. 8:10. a san francisco homeless camp that was cleared out last month may be cleared out again today. it's right near the caltrain station. the coalition on homelessness says the homeless there have received two notices to leave that camp. ai -- according to the notice, the camp will be cleared out at 8:30. word leaders are gathering in new york for the u.n. general assembly. the key issue that president obama is expected to address when he speaks tomorrow. a new discovery could lead
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a little cooler today. a little more of a west wind. not too strong. it's there. 60s, 70s an 80s inland -- and 80s inland. president obama is being asked to clarify his view on world issues. alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with the details of the message from
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the president obama to the world leaders. >> reporter: with so much focus on the campaign, president obama does not have any prescheduled one on one meetings. he's expected to weigh in on the war on syria, the protests over that anti-islamic video and nuclear tensions with iran. he likely, though, won't be issuing any new policy declarations. iran's president, mahmoud ahmadinejad, also speaks this week israel could strike their, 000 facilities. president obama was asked if he felt pressure from israel's prime minister to take a tougher stand on iran on "60 minutes." go. >> i feel an obligation to make sure that we're in close consultation with the israelis on these issues. it aect them deeply. they -- it affects them deeply
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and and they are one of our -- one our strongest allies. >> reporter: "-- the president is taking heat for filming an episeed of "the view" -- filming an episode of "the view" it while in new york -- while in new york but not attending a meeting. and the movie that mocs the prophet muhammad has led to an -- that mocs the prophet --
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that mocks the prophet muhammad was shown. search and rescue workers are out are looking for a climber in nepal. authorities say a man is in critical condition at a london hospital with a similar condition as severe acute respiratory syndrome. a severe acute respiratory
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syndrome outbreak in 2003 killed many in asia. oncologists say one type of breast cancer called triple necktive might respond better to a much less toxin chemotherapy. it's already being used to fight ovarian cancer. 8:17. new this morning, hurricane miriam is forming off the baja coast. it's now a category 3 storm. now, hurricane miriam is centered in the pacific. it's packing winds of 120 miles an hour. it is not expected to be a threat to land but it could cause large swells. a dog that was lost during hurricane katrina is about to be reunited with its owner but it will have to say goodbye to
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a woman who has been caring for him for the past six years. now, six years ago, the woman adopted shorty from an animal shelter in north carolina. he had been given up by his first family who lost everything in the hurricane. recently shorty got lost and a microchip scan show ed was really from new orleans. the owner was contacted. now the she may have to get him go. >> i just want him to be taken care of. >> a reunion is being planned for shorty and his real family. check your cupboards for trader joe's creamy valencia peanut butter jar because of possible salmonella
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contamination. sources say no cases are confirmed but it doesn't want to take any chances so you can return the peanut butter for a full refund. 8:0. giants' fans are ex-- 89:20. giants fans are excited. how much would you spend? >> $5002,000 if we could -- $500 to $2,000 if we could get
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season ticketholders have first crack at them. >> i think that's why we bought the season tickets because we were tired of it. >> the tickets range from $100 to thousands for premium tickets on stubhub. the as have a shot still of winning. he -- they begin a four-game stent against the rangers today. the angels are two and a half games back of the as. 8:24. sal is back no problems for your seats at the giants' game. but there's some prob bless
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this our -- problems in our commute. >> we'll see the traffic that will be busy. i want to start off with the livermore area. we're been slow all morning long because of earlier problems. it's very slow. 680 is recovering in pleasanton. very slow from oakland to fremont. this is one of those days where you want to drive south. it's just not worth it for you. your better alternate there is interstate 280 instead of 101. live pictures in san jose, pretty slow getting up to highway 17 and beyond that. bay bridge toll plaza is also backed up. we're seeing some signs of improvement there. some of the higher elevations.
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we had some toasty muggy conditions. a lot of fog, coast and bay. even up to the north bay. the system responsible for it dropping down right there. its moving rapidly off to the east and for us. it will -- this might be the coolest day. cooler inland as temperatures might start to rebound. a lot of fog by the coast. coast, fog, sun. 60s and 70s. sunny and breezy. temperatures coming down about 5, 7 degrees. 56 in the city, 57 antioch. there's not much of a difference between coast, bay, inland. that system is on its way out of here. one roll in the vancouver/seattle area. once that goes through, high pressure will move in. we might get an offshore breeze which would be coming in later on in the week. no doubt about it. it looks warm to hot as we go into the upcoming weekend,
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8:29. traffic moving again on 680 in
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pleasanton after an early- morning deadly accident. allie rasmus is out there now to tell us what happened. how a ped -- and also how a pedestrian was killed. >> reporter: well, a pedestrian was struck and killed by an oncoming car on interstate 680 in the southbound lanes. it happened near the stoneridge drive exit. now, over to tur left, you can see that all lanes of southbound interstate 680 are moving again. but earlier this morning, it was a much different story. from 4:00 until 5:30, traffic was at a complete standstill on this stretch of freeway. the chp shut down the highway to investigate that accident. they are not involving it eight -- considering it a hit and
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run. >> we have no idea why this person is out here. we'll have to contact the family and find out. >> reporter: divers -- drivers were stuck in tra -- in their tracks, including a san jose flight attendant who had to call their airline -- her airline and let them know. >> this is my last flight before i retire. i know it doesn't happen every day. it's just unfortunate. and i'm just happy i'm not the one involved. >> reporter: the chp around 5:30 had opened up one lane to
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let traffic through. a 21-year-old man is in critical condition arbeing shot outside of a market. a group of men confronted the clerk as he was leaving the market yesterday. a fight broke out. several shots were fired. no one else was hurt. the suspect fled the scene.
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in just a couple of hours from now, the san francisco police will answer questions at a town hall meeting about a recent meeting that sparked protests. this town hall meeting will be headed -- headed up by san francisco police chief greg suhr. the mighting will get started three hours from now inside the cornerstone church. it was last thursday when a plain clothes officer opened fire on a 22-year-old parolee.
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police say they were trying to talk to that young man during a -- during a curfew check. [ cheers ] >> that shooting led to two straight nights of demonstration in the mission. protesters broke windows under businesses. officers suited up in riot greer and eventually they were able to restore order. in the end, no arrests were made. san francisco police's chief mr. come -- san francisco's police chief will come in and answer any questions and address any concerns about the officer-involved shooting. everything gets started at 11:30 this morning. live this morning in san francisco, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news.
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two roseville police officers now on paid leave after one them shot and killed a suspect. it happened saturday night after police responded to a domestic disturbance call. now, investigators say the 35- year-old man appeared to be in intoxicated and he had a baseball bat. the police officer says he fired when the man tried to fight his part any. we don't know the man's name. we do the name of an airport worker who died at san francisco airport after his truck crashed into a private jet over the weekend. he's identified as 60-year-old yuza onog of daly city. airport officials say they are still investigating what led up to the crash. "people" magazine is writing an article on the life of scott peterson. "people" reports that scott peterson does not appear to be depressed an jokes with other
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inmates and plays basketball. he's working on an appeal. he was convicted of the 2002 killings of his life, laci, and their unborn son e maintains his inknow -- unborn son. he maintains his innocence. the chronicle reports that dog smith left wrote about poor skills -- dave smith left the usf and reported poor language
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skills of others. well this, month is the 50th anniversary of the point reyes preserve. for almost 20 years hidden wildlife cameras have been capturing all of thibletion from the animals who -- action from the animals who call that area home. the cameras have captured everything from bobcats to mountain lions to river otters. a allegary comedy club will -- a legendary comedy club in san francisco will be closing its doors. everything will be auctioned off tomorrow after the marathon event tonight featuring 25 comedians. the owners say their lease was
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not renewed. after 45 years of service, the lumiere theater is closing. the five employees would worked at the theater did not lose their jobs. they will work for other theaters in the city owned by the same company. and sal is back. how are we doing right now? >> well, i want to mention that we have some problems with caltrain. if you take caltrain or are waiting for someone, i think they have a legitimate excuse for being late this morning. let's talk about the traffic on the road. southbound 101 in burlingame, there is also another crash on the peninsula. there's one at 92 and 101 and the san mateo bridge traffic is pretty busy and so is the traffic on 580 all over the bay area over to castro valley and 880, as a matter of fact, 880
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is backed up out of -- out of oakland. all the way down to fremont. that's horrible news. we normally do not see this. i think the chain reaction of the crash on 680. some people thought i will take 880. san mateo bridge is -- san mateo traffic is busy. so today, if you are in a position where you can say, you know what? i'm gonna work from home, that might be your best bet. if you can do that. some people say they can't. >> did you say oakland to from mont? >> yes. >> that's a long way. a lot of fog around. there are signs that the high pressure is gonna build in. that long-awaited offshore breeze might develop. we'll see if it happens. right now there is a lot of fog out there. it's not going anywhere today. temperatures inland will come down. coast and bay, not much change
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there. 60s and 70s. santa rosa, 80. 79. concord, 89. 83 today. livermore, 93. 86 from san jose today -- in san jose todd. some of the lows didn't really change much. they haven't really moved that much. they are starting to warm autopsy little bit away from the -- up a little bit away from the coast. we do have of os -- have 60s, 70s, and then over the coastal hill. san jose, there's the 80 again.
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milpitas, 80 cupertino, everybody else. 50s, 60s. south san francisco and on the peninsula as well. a little bit of a pattern change probably wednesday. i think you will notice it more so. 0 minutes before 9:00. the oakland raiders holding a press conference later today. what they will say about darius hayward-bay. [ female announcer ] what would you call an ordinary breakfast pastry
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stocks lower. germany is the powerhouse of the european economy. so the indication that is stagnating has broad implications. the dow is down 28. nasdaq is down 18. s&p down 3.
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close to a three-way tie for ticket sales at the weekend box office. "house at the end of the street" and "end of watch" both took an estimated $13 million each and the new clint eastwood movie sold an estimated $12.7 million worth of ticketed. final numbers come out today. let's bring you up to date on some of the top stories we're following for you. all of the lanes have reopened following a fatal accident on 680. they shut down ual of the lanes of the freeway near stoneridge drive around 4:00 this morning after a driver hit and killed the pedestrian. the investigation into this continues. iran's president, mahmoud ahmadinejad, dismissing threats of military action against iran's nuclear program. he's in new york for the u.n. general assembly meeting.
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etch says iran's nuclear project is for peaceful purposes and that iran is not worried about israel. and three hayward police officers fired their weapons in an early-morning police shooting. tara moorery artie is live now. you've been on this since 4:30 all of the -- on the reasons why they opened fire. well, officers say the suspect was trying to use his car to run them over so they had no choice but to shoot and kill him. now, the suspect's car is actually parked across the street from where we're standing. you can see it there. this all started at the dirty bird lounge. witnesses say that a fight broke out inside the bar around the suspect ended up shooting a patron. he left in his car. officers were able to track him down within two minutes less than a mile away. three officers tried to get him to surrender. but when he refused, he started
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to gun his car they shot and killed him. >> he was clearly a danger to the community at that point. >> reporter: all three officers have been on -- have been put on paid leave. we're at tenny son and dixon. mission is one block away. we're right near the b.a.r.t. station which you cannot access from tennyson. if you take a look back here live. you can see the barriers set up. all of the pipe are having to turn around and go back. if you need to get to b.a.r.t., we suggest taking industrial parkway, getting back to the -- getting back at that exit and taking dixon north. if we come back over here, you can see there are detectives standing out here now, there is a lot ofvation still going on. the coroner has still not
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arrived. we'll keep you updated. live from hayward, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. in election 20 12news, the president is defending his foreign policy record. he listed accomplishments on "60 minutes" such as ending both the war in iraq and the threat from osama bin laden. the president meets with world leaders later today. and he will address the u.n. generalcy assembly tomorrow. but mitt romney is accusing president obama for allowing chain to steal american idea and jobs. >> fewer americans are workerring today than when president obama took office. it doesn't have to be this way. >> the ad criticize us the obama administration for not labeling china as a currency manipulator. the. more details on when president obama and mitt romney will face off in formal
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debates. they will take on the economy and other issues next wednesday, october 3rd in denver. the debate on october 11th in kentucky and the presidential candidates will have a town hall style meeting and in new york, the final debate is on october 22nd in florida. there is a new book out about rick perry's campaign. the author wants to know why he made so many mistakes and misstatements during the campaign. one occurred during a debate in michigan. >> it's three agents of government when i get there that are gone -- commerce, education and the -- what's the third one there? let's see. [laughter] >> that went on for about 30 seconds until perry finally said oops. he blames it on emotional stress. the spokesperson says the governor had a case of sleep
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and pena which made him very -- apnea which head -- which made him very sleepy on the trail. his new book schwarzenegger admits to having an affair with his housekeeper and he knew the child was his. he said the child looked a lot like him and that's when his wife became suspicious. ten minutes before 9:00, two raider fans were hurt at the oakland coliseum after a flag they were raising touched a high voltage power line. power outage says alcohol may have been a factor in the incident. also darius hayward bay is in
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-- in serious condition. he was hit by mundy there. you can see hayward-bay holding his thumb up. the raiders will hold a news conference to update his condition. >> the raiders beat the steelers. their first one of the season. oakland trailed by 10. when carson palmer found moore for the touchdown. that brought the raiders within 3. after hitting a game-tying field goal earlier, sebastian janikowski nailed the field goal right there, earning the first career win with the head coach dennis allen. the 49ers, they are having one of their best starts until, until it went to minnesota. the quarterback for minnesota ran for a touchdown and threw
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two touchdown passes to kyle rudolph. final score, 24-13. ers will stay the jets -- 9ers will play the jets next monday. changes are coming after monta gu elementary school -- montague elementary school frut
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shocking drug charges against an elementary school principal in the south bay. janine dela vega at the school and parents are now finding out what happened. what do you know, janine. >> reporter: classes began a short time ago, in the last 20 minutes. district officials told me that sometime this morning, depending upon the age of the kids, they are going to explain to the students what happened to their prince pam. that principal's name is eric dean lewis. he will be arraigned on felony drug charges. a spokesperson for the department of justice said they received a tip that lewis was involved in drugs and frequented a dating website. an undercover agent set up a meeting and he was arrested thursday afternoon. authorities say they found methamphetamine, ghp pills and scales at his san francisco
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home. the parents we spoke to this morning say they are sad and shocked to hear this has happened. >> i haven't even fully digested what you told me because that's just not -- to me -- i think i'm a pretty good read on people and i would have never suspected. i just don't want to rush to judgment and condemn the pain. he's gonna become a pariah. >> reporter: he was the principal here for seven years, but the district has brought in a new interim principal with 0 years of experience to pry place him -- with 20 years of experience to replace him. he's expected to make a court appearance sometimes today, lewis is. back to you. >> thank you. we want to check in one more time with sal. boy, 880, real backed up.
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>> it's really slow. 8 0, 580 and the whole system is messed up. let's take a look at 880, northbound and southbound. it's a mess and that's partially due to other parts of the east bay. it's not very good. hayward union city, that's terrible. the san mateo bridge is slow out to the peninsula. just gibb yourself plenty of extra time. i also want to show you that the traffic is gonna be busy if you are driving on the bay bridge toll plaza approach. it's getting a little bit better. it's backed up from the middle of the parking lot. >> well, bigger fog bank today, it will be cooler today for those inland. coast and bay haven't warmed up. but they might. there are signs that maybe by wednesday. a little cooler today. >> tori wants some fall weather. >> yeah.
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>> well, it's -- the lows are a little cooler. we're getting there. we need the cold front to come through. >> first week of fall. >> that's our report this morning. we thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> be sure to join us for the news at noon. we'll have more on this morning's town hall meeting on the police shooting that led to violent protests. we're halls here for you at thanks for joining us.
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